Published : Monday, April 23, 2018 | 1:19 PM
The Pasadena Unified School District has partnered with Sprint’s One Million Project to give more than 1,300 wifi hotspot devices to eligible students.
Eligible Pasadena Unified high school students are receiving internet hotspots thanks to the Sprint 1 Million project, a national program that provides devices and service free of charge to both school districts and students. Pasadena Unified is one of 118 school districts involved in the program.
“This partnership enables students to connect to online learning resources and complete their homework anywhere. The program extends internet connectivity from their classrooms to their homes and helps bridge gaps in digital access so that they can prepare to become the leaders of tomorrow,” said Pasadena Unified Superintendent Dr. Brian McDonald.
It’s part of the district’s 1:1 Tech Equity Program.
Pasadena Unified School District, 351 S. Hudson Ave, Pasadena, (626) 396-3600 or visit www.pusd.us.